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Primal Rides Blog – A Resource Guide For Modern Amusement Parks

Theme Park Maps – Google:

Looking for a great way to explore some of the most popular Amusement Parks around the country? Don’t look past the power of Google maps. The Google “Theme Park Map” list of attractions building function is a great way to get an inside and intimate look at America’s most favorite places to be Amused. If you built your own Google Map Theme park list what would it include? Here is an example of a carefully crafted list by ThemeParkInsider.

https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1tAhCOTMZvwfnclFXXZNKL6TpYqQ&hl=en

Theme Park Lists – Wikipedia:

Looking for new ideas for your Google maps theme park list? Look no further then the comprehensive Wikipedia list page that features almost every single Amusement park in the entire world. Want to see Primal Rides at one of these locations? Let us know! What Amusement park locations have you checked off your already visited list? Which one’s do you dream about visiting one day?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_amusement_parks_in_the_Americas

International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA)

When it comes to the Amusement Park industry there is no one who understands it better then the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA). Founded in 1918 and representing members from 99 countries the IAAPA is the leader in Amusement Park trends, support and analysis. If you need industry Amusement park this is a great resource to check out.

http://www.iaapa.org/

Do not see an Amusement Park resource here that you think should be? Contact me and I will consider adding it to the Primal Rides Amusement park resource guide page.